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Gigabyte Unveils EL-20-3700-32GB IoT Gateway Solution

Internet of Things, or IoT for short, is the next big thing in the digital revolution. To say it as simple as possible, IoT basically connects devices with each other and the internet in order to…

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ASRock Releases Upgraded BeeBox NUC Mini-PC

ASRock released an upgraded version of their tiny NUC mini PC, the BeeBox. The BeeBox is now available with a quad-core processor, 32GB eMMC SSD and comes bundled with a free copy of Windows 10. The…

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VIA Introduces ARTiGO A600 Smart Automation Control System

Smart homes and general smart automation of all sorts of things is one of the wonderful things about the time we currently live in. All the things we (nerds and geeks) have dreamt of building for…

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Intel Windows HDMI Compute Stick Review

Introduction There is a portable “USB-powered-HDMI-displayed-AIO-device” war going on since the arrival of low-cost Android boxes which in turn brought us Windows boxes of the same form factor. The next generation of these devices came and…

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SK Hynix Launches 780MB/s In-House UFS 2.0 Storage Solution

SK Hynix has mostly been in the news lately thanks to HBM memory, but we shouldn’t forget that they make a lot of other memory based products and one of them is eMMC storage for mobile IT…

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ECS Liva SOC Mini-PC System Review

Introduction ECS (Elitegroup Computer Systems) are no stranger to the PC hardware game despite not being instantly recognisable by most as a PC hardware vendor. In fact, they are the fifth largest motherboard manufacturer in the…

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ECS Launches LIVA-X Mini PC

ECS has launched their new LIVA-X mini PCs featuring Intel Bay Trail-M / Bay Trail-I SoC processors that boost 64-bit dual-core performance up to 2.25GHz. The LIVA-X comes with Windows 8.1 pre-loaded (optional) but also supports…

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Samsung Almost Ready with UFS v2.0 Flash Memory

With 4K, high-speed and 3D photography and video entering the market on a bigger scale, product manufacturers need to increase the performance of the storage to keep up with this. The answer is the UFS v2.0…